Given that the movie was made for network television, "mature" is really a stretch. Now, if I completely overhauled the article and based it mostly off the book, and also included quite a bit of detail, the article would be beyond mature.--Darth Bruce 22:09, April 21, 2010 (UTC)
The subject of Stephen King's It doesn't go as far as the Halloween, Nightmare on Elm Street, or Friday the Thriteenth sagas do, in fact, It is pretty mild compared to them. I mean it's pretty much just fake blood and the clown trying to scare people. Lightsaber Guy 01:00, May 9, 2010 (UTC)
(Yes i know i'm 7 years late) Actually, not even the movie is that mature, well, not the 90's one with Curry, but we don't know for sure how dark the 2017 version will be, and i have a feeling that it might be alot darker than the 90's miniseries. JoElkis (talk) 14:06, August 14, 2017 (UTC)
It is female
I know this sounds tedious by can someone replace all "he" and "his" in the article to "her" and "she"? A very common mistake is that It is male but in the book it is explicitly stated that It is a female several times.
IT is truly genderless. Pennywise is a guy, the spider's a gal. But it's avatar will take the gender of whomever it shapeshifts into. The Derry Disease itself, has no gender, and the he/him pronouns are only used when it's Pennywise.
I personally think It does not belong in this category. For a start he has multiple forms, clowns aren't always portrayed in a positive light and coulorphobia is a very common fear that most people (even myself) have. This should disqaulify him in my opinion. Loolveus (talk) 19:50, August 8, 2017 (UTC)
Did Bill feel sorry for him in the end of the 2017 movie?
why did Bill drop his weapon?